During her first post-jail interview, the 25-year-old hotel heiress told CNN's Larry King that "being in Los Angeles, there is a lot of people out here that like people for certain reasons, and I don't want people who are not going to be beneficial to my life, who don't want positive things in my life, and I had to cut a lot of people out."
She's decided to follow through with that statement, as she recently put her four-bedroom Hollywood Hills home up for sale with a $4.25 million asking price.
"I feel like a lot of people know where I live so it's time to move," she told The Insider. "I'm really upset because I love my house so much. I put so much work into it. It's totally me. But I'm looking for something else right now."